From the classic, vintage homes lining Mission Hills to the beach oasis on the coast of Del Mar hexagon tile fits any style of house. It’s unique size and shape can blend into any design. Hexagon’s come in many colors, materials, and sizes. 1″ hexagons can be used to line a shower pan while larger format 9″ hexagons look beautiful going from wall to floor in any room. Porcelain, glass, and natural stone hexagons are readily used all over San Diego.
Porcelain hexagons are the most popular because of their versatile nature. They can be used on a bathroom floor, shower floor, kitchen backsplash, and even outdoors. Porcelain is a great material for an active house hold that wants little to no maintenance and a long lasting tile. They make porcelain that looks like marble so you can get your carrara or calacatta hex looking like a natural stone without the maintenance that a stone would involve. Porcelain hexagons can range in size from 1″ up to 9″. They come in a variety of colors and textures to fit any style home. A sleek black hexagon to line the floor of a contemporary home in La Jolla or a marble look hexagon to accent an elegant bathroom in Rancho Santa Fe; it can fit any home.
Glass hexagons are another beautiful option when choosing a tile to create an accent. These are most commonly used in niches or as a waterfall line in a shower. But can carry over into a kitchen backsplash to make a fun point of interest. Glass has a unique look that comes in a variety of colors to give a beachy look on the coast of Cardiff but also classy enough to bring character to a home in Sabre Springs.
Natural stone is another option when choosing a hexagon. The variety of stone that hexagons are made can give any style the unique shape and interest that a hex offers. Carrara, thassos, and calacatta marble is some of the most popular material when making a hexagon. For it’s obvious beauty and timeless look; home owners love using marble in elegant, high end homes. Hexagons are also beautifully made in limestone for a splash of beige to a rustic home in Rancho Santa Fe.